Welcome to the Star Trek: M.A.S.H.

The Long Jump program has sent many ships to a new star cluster near a completely different galaxy.

With the discovery of an old civilisation related to several Federation worlds and the colonies that have sprung up around Canopus Station, the Federation has seen a need for a revival of the old hospital ships that came into wide use during the Dominion War.

The first of this revival- nicknamed MASH after the 20th century Earth equivalent- is the USS Sherman Potter. With mostly medical missions, the Potter’s support crew will require basic EMT training as they may be called upon to help. These missions will include Carcosian, Federation, and independent settlements as well as some of the local peoples.


To learn more, please feel free to access the Project Long Jump Archive.

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Latest News Items

» Fresh Meat! I mean... New Players

Posted on Thu Jun 4th, 2020 @ 10:49pm by Captain Pierce Hunnicutt MCh in General News

Everyone, please join me in welcoming two new players to our ranks. Lori, whom I’ve known for a long time, will be playing Lieutenant Kathryn Dallas, and Bella, who will be playing Lieutenant Adina Maddox. Feel free to introduce yourselves! I’ll get them added to the current JPs as soon as I decide where they would fit best. Welcome, Lieutenants! We hope you enjoy the madness!

Captain Pierce Hunnicutt, MCh

Latest Mission Posts

» Comfort

Mission: Mission 1: Best Laid Plans
Posted on Wed Sep 16th, 2020 @ 9:33pm by Lieutenant Commander Jayla Kij MCh & Senior Chief Petty Officer Alexander Rylan EMT-P

It had been a long day.

There had been more children in Jayla's surgery gallery today than she had seen in her whole career. Okay, so that was probably an exaggeration (in fact, it was) but even so, the state of some of them had hit her hard. Only two…

» Lost Child

Mission: Mission 1: Best Laid Plans
Posted on Fri Sep 11th, 2020 @ 4:14am by Lieutenant Commander Jayla Kij MCh & Lieutenant Peregrine Trevena

Having finished with her sixth patient and leaving him in the care of a nurse, Jayla motioned for the next child to be brought over. This one, a small boy of about five, was conscious and terrified, with large crocodile tears streaming down his cheeks and sobs wracking his tiny…

» Colonist In the Brush

Mission: Mission 1: Best Laid Plans
Posted on Sat Sep 5th, 2020 @ 7:57pm by Master Warrant Officer Cipher & Lieutenant Kathryn Dallas M.D., Ph.D. & Petty Officer 1st Class Ellaby Willis

Cipher darted between the narrow crevices amidst the wreckage looking for life signs. The anti-grav harness affixed to his belt allowed him nearly zero-G movement when climbing, pivoting, and shimmying.

"I think I found one," Cipher called back to his team. "He's below approximately five meters of debris. Someone make…

» Raving colonists

Mission: Mission 1: Best Laid Plans
Posted on Wed Aug 26th, 2020 @ 5:48pm by Lieutenant Theodore Hunnicutt MD & Lieutenant Caitlin Donovan RNP & The Narrator

"Incoming," came the call from a SAR medic and two security officers carrying a stretcher.

The triage area was already a buzz of activity as SAR teams straggled in with patients of varying degrees of injuries....some walking in and some being carried on stretchers and some being beamed from somewhere…

» Parasite?

Mission: Mission 1: Best Laid Plans
Posted on Mon Jul 27th, 2020 @ 4:57am by The Narrator & Lieutenant Commander Alexei Donaurov DO, MPH, MSSI

The old man had been brought in by two young women. At first, nurse Haywood had thought he was another victim of the recent Reka attack, but as the women told their story, it was clear that he had been far away from any areas that had been hit. They…

Latest Personal Logs

» As Perfect As It Could Be.

Posted on Mon May 11th, 2020 @ 6:44pm by Lieutenant Peregrine Trevena

"Computer, end Chief Counsellor's Log."

Peregrine leaned back in her chair and closed her eyes. She reviewed quickly all that she had put into her logs. It was good. She'd covered the relevant pieces without being subjective. Those who came to see her deserved that.

She opened her eyes, pushed…